10/30/2009 Magazine Staff

New Class of Hall of Fame Inductees

In July, Franklin & Marshall's Department of Athletics and Recreation announced its 2009 Hall of Fame Class. The class includes seven inductees:

Elizabeth Mackey '75

Mackey is the founder of women's squash at F&M and was a member of the first varsity squash team that won its first regular season match at Wesleyan University. Before the team made the jump to varsity status, she was on the court in F&M's first match as a club against the University of Pennsylvania and played in the 1974 NIRSA Championships.

Carmen Trombini Glenn '98

Trombini Glenn was a standout swimmer, earning nine All-America certificates and was the Michael T.M. Karvasales Award recipient in 1998. She was named the Centennial Conference Championship meet's outstanding performer four times in her career. She still owns 10 top-10 times at F&M, including school records in the 100- and 200-yard breaststrokes.

Todd Marshall '92

A pitcher, Marshall owns the school record for strikeouts (220) and the F&M record for strikeouts per 9 innings, fanning 10.53 batters per complete outing. In his career, Marshall compiled a 13-10 overall record with four saves. He is second in career starts, fifth in complete games and sixth in innings pitched. Marshall led the Diplomats in strikeouts all four years.

Jehangir Pandole '95

Pandole was a three-time All-America squash player, earning first-team honors once and a pair of second-team honors. He was the team MVP as a junior and a senior. As a junior he defeated nine All-Americans and finished the season ranked seventh in the nation by the USSRA, the second-best finish for an individual player in F&M's history.

Joseph J. Rothermel '40

As a member of the cross-country team, he was F&M's top finisher once and tied with F&M's team captain as the team's top finisher in four other meets in 1938. He tied the team captain in three meets in 1939 and in 1940. On the track, he won the two-mile event at the ECAC Championship and against Rutgers University clocked a school record of 9:41, a mark that stood for 30 years.

Mary Schapiro '77

The 1977 Michael T.M. Karvasales Award recipient, Schapiro was a member of F&M's first varsity field hockey and lacrosse teams when the sports moved from club to varsity status. She captained the 1975 and 1976 field hockey teams. The 1976 team finished the season with a record of 14-3-2. She also was F&M's first varsity lacrosse captain.

Paige Worth '92

A lacrosse standout, Worth twice was named a first-team All-American and All-Middle Atlantic Conference. Her teams made NCAA Championship Tournament appearances all four years. As a junior, Worth led the team to an undefeated 14-0 regular season and the MAC Championship with 36 goals and 20 assists. Her senior year she again was team leader in goals (42) and assists (38).
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